The UJA Federation of New York released a statement today, insisting that the mega clearing house for Jewish charitable dollars was not affected by the Madoff scandal. I don’t believe a word of the press release and am certain, that eventually, the money grubbing whores will come clean and admit how many millions, if not billions of dollars were lost.
I know the Jews who are affiliated with UJA Federation and can attest that they are monsters who would kill a cripple for a penny. They consider themselves intelligent Jews, rich because of their intelligence and not their greed, and they see themselves as the only reputable charitable organization worthy to have their name appear on subway advertisements that forbid giving to homeless people on the subway.
We were conned by our government and the UJA Federation into passing a law that made panhandling illegal. Instead we were instructed to give to charities like UJA that invested their money wisely.
No matter what the press release reads, we all know what went down in secret rooms and bank vaults at UJA. The Jews at UJA and the Jewish Board are reputable Jews who own most country clubs and are not mere members. To print a press release that states the UJA was not affiliated with Madoff economic losses is a flat out lie that rivals rumors of the holocaust.
I’m sad that so many homeless people were tricked out of change from people like me, forced to donate to ‘reputable charities’. Payroll donations like mine were handed on a mass scale to institutions like UJA Federation, only to be lost to greed like none other.
I understand the importance of investments, and planning for tomorrow by putting away money now, to grow, to do better things in the future, but why do charities in New York– especially the Jewish ones, invest so much and not help those in need today?
I am bitter with the UJA Federation of New York because at my last job, at the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s services, we were forced to make a monthly donation from our paychecks to the UJA charity. UJA seemed like a rip off from the start and I hated having to give up my hard earned cash simply because if I didn’t, I wasn’t a team player.
They are evil panhandlers.
Now that I’m gone from the hell hole, I hope that UJA was invested heavily with Madoff and I pray that they lost everything so that at least the homeless on the subway can collect change to buy food and not have to read more subway ads that are as misleading as press releases.